This cup is made after a century original found in Brül. It is completely handmade of the clay from the Rhineland that was traded to The Netherlands, Germany and Italy around the Middle Ages. The cup has a diameter of 39 cm and its height is 11 cm.
Ashmolean Museum: PotWeb: Early Saxon pottery centre a workshop or (perhaps a single potter) at work in the area around Illington and Lackford, Suffolk Distribution local Use as a cremation urn Date Mid - late century AD
A Saxon blackware pottery urn with everted neck and pedestal base, the shoulder decorated with geometric panels of stamped ornament, the body with four solid bosses and groups of incised vertical lines, short section of rim lacking, century A.